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Dig into eye-protecting foods
Dig into eye-protecting foods. Lutein and zeaxanthin are carotenoid compounds that mounting research links with reduced...
Fight wrinkles with antioxidant-rich foods?
Fight wrinkles with antioxidant-rich foods? One recent (and widely publicized) study suggested that eating a diet that...
Stock up
Stock up. What you stock your kitchen with will influence your children's food choices. Leave high-fat, salty and...
Get the family involved
Get the family involved. Allow your kids to participate in the grocery shopping and encourage them to choose healthy...
Kick up the calcium
Kick up the calcium. There are creative tactics you can employ to make sure your child is getting plenty of calcium....
Delight kids with dips
Delight kids with dips. Diving vegetables and fruits into yummy dips makes lunch more fun. Offer apple slices with a...
"Do as I do"
"Do as I do." Be a role model and teach your kids to make balanced choices when eating out. Add a green salad to your...
Fill up with fiber
Fill up with fiber. Few kids crave a fiber-rich meal. But fiber is filling and when combined with drinking plenty of...
Serve single portions
Serve single portions and your kids will be less likely to overeat. Avoid letting the kids take an entire bag of chips...
Stay on the sweet side of sugar alcohols
Stay on the sweet side of sugar alcohols. Looking for alternative sweeteners to satisfy your sweet tooth without going...
Cut the carbohydrates deliciously in your potato soup
Cut the carbohydrates deliciously in your potato soup. Instead of the usual lots-of-potatoes, just-a-few-onions...
Don't pop vanadium supplements for diabetes—yet
Don't pop vanadium supplements for diabetes—yet. Preliminary research suggests vanadium—a trace metal found in black...
Buy a better breakfast cereal
Buy a better breakfast cereal. The morning is a great time to boost your fiber intake with almost zero effort by...
Seek out the seal on your yogurt
Seek out the seal on your yogurt. Probiotics—so-called "friendly" bacteria that help us digest foods and fight harmful...
Shape your baby's food preferences
Shape your baby's food preferences. Can what you eat during pregnancy influence your baby's food preferences? Possibly...
Fork up plenty of folate
Fork up plenty of folate. Every time the body makes new cells, it needs folate—a vitamin that's abundant in beans,...
Give sprouts the slip
Give sprouts the slip. While they add crunch to a sandwich or salad, fresh sprouts like alfalfa, radish or bean sprouts...
Gain pregnancy weight slowly and steadily
Gain pregnancy weight slowly and steadily. Though you're eating for two, you don't need to—and shouldn't—double your...
Cool it with cold meat products and smoked seafoods
Cool it with cold meat products and smoked seafoods. Unless they've been heated to steaming-hot temperatures, avoid hot...
Manage morning sickness
Manage morning sickness. Morning sickness may be a common pregnancy symptom, especially in the first trimester—but that...
Don't miss out on calcium
Don't miss out on calcium. As your baby's bones develop, they need calcium as "building material." If the calcium doesn...
Cool heartburn with smart eating
Cool heartburn with smart eating. As you approach your second and third trimester and the baby begins taking up more...
Get sun in moderation
Get sun in moderation. Most experts agree that a moderate amount of sun exposure can help increase levels of bone-...
Choose chocolate with care and passion
Choose chocolate with care and passion. There's nothing like a chocolate treat to induce euphoria, and studies show it...
Calculate your chocolate's cacao content
Calculate your chocolate's cacao content. Dark chocolates are composed primarily of cacao mass and sugar along with...
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